The No. 6 seed Boston University women’s hockey team (6-6) was hosted at Schneider Arena for the Hockey East quarterfinals against the No. 3 seed Providence College Friars (11-6-1). The Terrier’s season was cut short as the Friars came out with a 4-3 victory in the single elimination game in the first meeting the two teams have had in 414 days.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (6-5) will head to Rhode Island this Sunday to play the Providence College Friars (10-6-1) in the quarterfinals of the Hockey East playoffs. The Terriers clinched a playoff spot in December, giving them an opening-round bye––this weekend’s game will be their first of the postseason.
In the second game of the Battle of Comm Ave, the Boston University women’s hockey team (6-5) fell 2-0 to the Boston College Eagles (14-4) in a historically close competition with tremendous efforts from both sides. After losing for the first time in nine games, and on home ice nonetheless, BC had a chip on their shoulder and played for redemption.
The BU women’s hockey team (5-4) is hoping third time’s a charm as they head into their weekend series against the Boston College Eagles (13-3) that has previously been cancelled twice. The Battle of Comm Ave will finally be revived for the first time this season after BU went 3-1 against their rivals on Chestnut Hill last year; their 4-0 victory on February 4, 2020 knocked BC out of the 42nd Annual Women’s Beanpot in the preliminary round.
The Boston University women’s hockey team (4-4) got shut out 4-0 by the University of Vermont Catamounts (6-1) in the first of two games in the weekend series. Hitting the ice for the first time since January 9, UVM appeared to not miss a beat.
Boston University women’s hockey (4-3) is set to face off against the University of Vermont Catamounts (5-1) for a two game series this Friday and Saturday. Both games will be played at Walter Brown Arena with the Terriers getting the home ice advantage.
NORTH ANDOVER, MA — After picking up a 6-0 win on Friday, the Boston University women’s ice hockey team (4-3) traveled to Lawler Rink to play the Merrimack Warriors (1-13), earning a 2-0 victory in a game where both goaltenders stood on their heads. BU goaltender Corinne Schroeder stopped all 18 shots she faced, while … Read more Women’s Hockey posts second consecutive shutout, tops Merrimack 2-0 for weekend sweep
BOSTON — After a 43-day layoff, the Boston University women’s ice hockey team (2-2) returned to action at home against the University of Maine Black Bears (4-6), winning 1-0 thanks to a second period goal from senior co-captain Nara Elia. It was a goaltender’s battle between two of the best in Hockey East. BU’s Corinne … Read more Schroeder backstops Women’s Hockey to 1-0 victory over Maine after lengthy layoff
The Boston University Women’s Hockey team (1-1-0 Hockey East) is set to play the University of Connecticut Huskies (0-3-1 HE) this Friday. The Terriers are coming off a series against the University of New Hampshire (1-3-0 HE) earning a win and a loss in their first two games of the season. The UConn Huskies finished … Read more Women’s Hockey Preview: BU vs UConn Dec. 5
Boston University Women’s Hockey (2019-20: 24-8-4, 18-6-3 HE), who finished second in conference play and eighth nationally last year, will be hitting the ice in just over 10 days for their season debut. Here’s a closer look at how the Terriers will fare this year: The Terriers ranked second offensively in Hockey East with three … Read more Women’s Hockey Preview